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Full text of "Boston Architectural Club year book for 1921: reproducing measured details from the designs of Jacques-Ange Gabriel (1762-1768) for the chateau of the "Petit Trianon" at Versaille, France"

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30ST0W ARCHITECTURAL CENTO 



Press of 
CAUSTIC-CLAFLIN CO. 

32 Brattle Street 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



The proceeds of this book are devoted solely to the maintenance of the Educational Work of the Boston Architectural Club 

BOSTON 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

YEAR BOOK 

FOR 

1921 



Reproducing Measured Details from the Designs of 
Jacques-Afige Gabriel (1762-1768) for the 
Chateau of the ''''Petit 'Trianon' 
at Versailles , Fr'ance 




PUBLISHED BY THE 

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

16 SOMERSET STREET 



Copyrighted by FRED. V. LITTLE, Executive Secretary 



1921 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/bostonarchitectu1921bost 




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PART SOUTH ELEVATION. 



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PART PLAN AT 

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DETAILS OF EXTERNAL STONEWORK. 



DETAILS DE PIERRE DES EXTERIEURS. 



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DETAILS DE PIERRE. 



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SECTION THRO' STAIR SHEWING WEST WAL1U 



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PRINCIPAL STAIRCASE. 

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ESCALIER PRINCIPAL. 

COUPE, COTE QUEST 



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PRINCIPAL STAIRCASE. 

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BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 




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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



GENERAL OFFICES 

77 SUMMER STREET 
BOSTON. MASS. 



LIBRARY * 

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CENT^f? 




ARTICLES OF ORNAMENT AND VIRTU 
ADAPTED TO A CORRECT EXPRESSION 
OF THE ARCHITECTS MEANING IN CON- 
NECTION WITH HIS GENERAL SCHEME 
AS APPLIED TO A DWELLING DESIGNED 
BY HIM -SELECTED BY OUR EXPERT 
PERSONALLY IN HIS FREQUENT TRIPS 
TO OLD WORLD CENTRES. 



BIGELOW. KENNARD & CO.. INC. 

IMPORTERS 

511 WASHINGTON STREET 

BOSTON. MASS. 




THE SALTONSTALL GYMNASIUM. MILTON ACADEMY. MILTON. MASS. 

This Gymnasium, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Saltonstall, is built entirely of our Reclaimed Brick. 

Upon removal from old buildings the Bricks are cleaned, and after they are 
laid in the new work a solution of muriatic acid and water is applied with a 
wire brush, which restores them to their original condition. Efflorescence, 
which so often appears upon the surface of new brickwork, seldom appears 
upon Reclaimed Bricks. 

We have continually on hand a large supply of Reclaimed 

Building Materials of all sorts, including Lumber, Doors, 

Windows, Mantels, et cetera. 



SWIFT-McNUTT COMPANY 



4 LIBERTY SQUARE 
BOSTON 




OUR REPUTATION 

ESTABLISHED BY THIRTY-FOUR YEARS OF 

COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS 

OF ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND ARTISTS 

IS RIGIDLY MAINTAINED 



COMPLETE STOCK OF 
DRAUGHTING ROOM SUPPLIES 
AND DRAWING INSTRUMENTS 



THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED 
FOR PERFECT SERVICE AND 
QUALITY IN BLUE PRINTING 



Everything for the Draughtsman 




RECEPTION ROOM IN THE EXECUTIVE MANSION, AUGUSTA, MAINE 
MR. JOHN CALVIN STEVENS, PORTLAND, MAINE, ARCHITECT 



PENNELL, GIBBS AND QUIRING COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

DECORATORS 



2 3 AND 205 CLARENDON STREET, BOSTON 




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to be placed in St. Martin of Tours Chapel, 

St. John the Divine Cathedral, New York 

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PHIPPS — BALL — BURNHAM 


MAKERS OF ECCLESIASTICAL AND DOMESTIC GLASS-WORK 


888 WASHINGTON STREET. BOSTON. MASS. 


MEMORIAL WINOOWS IN ANTIQUE GLASSES 



BOSTON 



NEW YORK 



PHILADELPHIA 



CHICAGO 



American Tube Works 

ESTABLISHED 1851 

10 OLIVER STREET BOSTON, MASS. 




Origiual and Largest Manufacturers in America of 

SEAMLESS BRASS PIPE 
FOR PLUMBING 

Guaranteed for Hot or Cold Water. Each and every length of pipe is stamped 

"A. T. W. BOSTON" 

on each end, and bears our Green Trade Mark 



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WHEN SPECIFYING THIS PIPE PLEASE CALL FOR 

American Tube Works Brass Pipe" 



We shall be pleased to furnish Architects upon application a complete set of our Architects" 

Samples of Seamless Brass Pipe, Standard Iron Pipe sizes, with weight per foot 

stamped on each piec?, and threaded with Standard Thread. 



GAS and - 

a prediction 



THE second city in the United States to install a plant to make "city gas" 
was Boston. 

That was in 1822 — a hundred years ago, one year after Baltimore, the 
first American city to adopt what was then a new English discovery. 

Boston's success with the new illuminant was the deciding factor in having 
gas introduced the following year in New York. 

It is therefore only natural that Boston architects should have an unusual 
interest in the progress and development of gas to enable them to plan ahead 
to give to their clients the opportunity to take advantage of whatever new 
achievement in gas is reached. 

That curve of costs which charts the meeting place of economy and com- 
fort is ever changing because of the ingenuity of invention. 

Every year sees in the development of gas new ways of applying its use 
to help mankind live more comfortably and with that economy of effort which 
is the insistent demand of the times. 

It is obviously then very unlikely that in the making of gas itself during 
all these years great thought has not been expended on how to make it better. 

It may be too early to predict with certainty that this year will see the 
birth of a new and revolutionizing method whereby the manufacturing of gas 
will be carried another step forward to make it the acme of perfection for 
every purpose. 

It can be said with certainty that such a development can be expected in 
the near future. 

We strongly advise architects and house builders 
therefore to make ample preparations in gas piping 
for fireplaces and lighting as well as cooking, and 
to keep in touch with us and use the services of our 
experts in perfecting plans of 1922. 

Boston Consolidated 
Gas Company 




Residence of Meredith Hare. Huntington, Long Island 
Charles A. Piatt. Architect. New York 
Walls Finished with Cabot's Old Virginia White: Roof Stained with Cabot's Creosote Stains 

Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains 
The original and standard shingle stains. Soft, rich and transparent coloring effects guaranteed 
wearing qualities, thorough preservation of the wood. The thoroughly reliable stain, proved by thirty- 
five years' use under all conditions. 

Cabot's Old Virginia White 

The Modern Architectural Outside White, (or Woodwork, Brickwork. Stucco or Stone 

The clean, brilliant "whitewash white" effect of Old Virginia White has real distinction. It is a 
softer and yet a brighter white than paint, and its texture and color-values are essentially different in 
character from the heavy, hard paint coating. This makes it especially appropriate for the modern 
"Colonial," because it gives the house at once the aspect of well-groomed old age — a result that it would 
take years to accomplish with paint. 

Cabot's Old Virginia Tints 

This softness and textural quality have led many of the leading architects to call for the same 
compound in tints, and Cabot's Old Virginia Tint-; are now made in a wide variety of delicate shades. 
The tones are almost pastel-like in quality, and the effects produced are most unique and pleasing. 

Cabot's Stucco Stains 

For staining and rainproofing cement buildings. Rich colorings, without gloss or shine, and 
with no coating to chalk or peel. 

Cabot's "Quilt" 

The most scientific, sanitary, and perfect heat insulator and sound deadener ever made. Makes 
houses warmer in winter and cooler in summer. 



Full Information on Request 

Samuel Cabot, Inc., 

342 Madison Avenue, New York 



Manufacturing 
Chemists 



Boston 

24 W. Kinzie Street, Chicago 




John Russell Pope. Architect. New York 

I»rick Chimneys and Wall Shingles finished with 

Cabot's Old Virginia White 




Lowe & Bollenbacker. Architects, Chicago, 11 
Common Chicago Krick 
Finished with Cabot's Old Virginia White 



Standard Plate Glass Company 

MANUFACTURERS .*. JOBBERS 



American Window Glass 

Picture Glass 

Prism Glass 

Ornamental and Skylight Glass 



Polished Plate Glass Minon 

Beveled Plate Glass 

Polished Wire Glass 

Bent Glass 



copper store front construction 

26.30 sudbury street 61-63 portland street 

Boston. Mass. 



GRILLES 

For Overcoming 
Radiator Obtrusiveness 

Have just published an informative 
booklet about them. You will find 
it as helpful as it is practical. 
Be glad to send you a copy. 

Tuttle & Bailey Mfg Co. 

36 Portland Street, Boston, Mass. 



2 West 45th Street 
New York 



1123 West 37th Street 
Chicago, 111. 




Penn Metal Company 

65 FRANKLIN STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



MODERN FIREPROOFING 
WITH 




PRODUCTS 

Metal Lath and Corner Bead 

Steel Lockers Steel Shelving 

Steel Jambs — Bucks and Trim 

OTHER PENCO PRODUCTS 

Metal Stud Hampton Flashing Metal 

Concrete Reinforcement Fire Doors, Frames and Hardware 

Stair Risers Kalamein Doors 



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GALASSI MOSAIC AND TILE COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 







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Faience and Decorative 
Tile 

FOR HIGH-CLASS LUNCH ROOMS, ETC. 

Office, Works and Warehouse 

Bennet and Ash Streets 

(Off 780 Washington Street) 

Telephones : 
Beach 874 — Beach 5726 



Floor and Wall Tile 

ROMAN and VENETIAN MOSAIC 
CERAMIC MOSAIC, TERRAZZO 

Marble Composite 
Fireplace Work 

of every description 



Promenade and 
Quarry Tile 

Domestic and Imported 



Interior Marble and 
Slate Work 



MEMORIALS 



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Marble and Granite 



SERVICE 



A 5 SEE 

ELECTRIC 
ELEVATOR 
COMPANY 

ESTABLISHED 
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SHAWMUT BANK BUILDING 

BUSTON-flASS- 




Assured 



dependability 



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If specifications call for genuine "Jenkins Diamond 
Marked " valves there will be no mistake about 
the valves that go into the job. 

Have you a copy of our new catalog No. 21 ? 

JENKINS BROS. 

524 ATLANTIC AVE., BOSTON, MASS. 



ARCHITECTS can specify, engineers can recom- 
mend, plumbers and steamfitters can install Jenkins 
Valves with a confidence born of a knowledge that 
Jenkins Valves have been standard for more than fifty- 
seven years. 

The Jenkins idea — and accomplishment— is to make 
valves of sufficient weight, and so proportioned that 
they remain dependable in the severest at well as the 
average service. 

The Jenkins standard is high, and so maintained by 
the use of the best metals, perfect castings accurately 
machined, and by a thoroughness of manufacture 
which is carried to the minutest detail. Not until each 
valve is pronounced PERFECT by a rigid test does 
it leave our factory. 

Jenkins Valves are made of brass, iron, and steel in 
types and sizes to meet all requirements. 



New York 

Montreal 



Chicago 
London 



Philadelphia 
Havana 












"V\ 7E have been surprised by the number of home build- 
ers -who not only are buying, Tile Roofs, but are buy- 
ing, the Tiles that are the more costly in color and texture. 

If doubtful about specifying Tiles outright because of 
price, we suggest that architects call for an alternate on our 
Roofing, Tiles. The results may prove highly gratifying, — 
if a Tile Roof is preferred. 

LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 

104 SO. MICHIGAN AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. 











For Over Half a Century 

Greenhouse Building has been 
Our Specialized Business 

We always consider it a privilege to co- 
operate with the architect. Combining 
our knowledge of plants and building 
with the architect's skill in plan and 
design, makes a highly satisfactory re- 
sult producing link up. 



ord, & finrahamjo. 




Builders of Greenhouses and Conservatories 

irvingtoo. New York New York. 12nd St. Bldp. 

Philadelphia. Land 1 ille Bid". Chicago, < Bank HI.L. 

Boston II. Little III. I- Cleveland. 407 Ulmer Bldg. 

Toronto. Royal Baok Bldg. 

Ea-tern Factor). Irvingtoo. N. Y. 

W.-tern I actor.. I)c» Plainea. III. 

Canadian Factory. St. Catherines. Ont. 




Erected lor M. L. While. 




LOWELL MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM, LOWELL, MASS. 
Blarkall. Clapp & Whittemore, Architects 

PLASTERING - KING'S WINDSOR ASBESTOS CEMENT 

I. B. KING & COMPANY- N. E BRANCH. 18 TREMONT STREET. BOSTON 




"TEPECO" 

Architects will find it a pleasure to bring 
their clients into our dignified and taste- 
ful showrooms for the selection of plumb- 
ing fixtures. 

Intelligent assistance in choosing the most 
appropriate designs will be rendered if 
desired. 



THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY 

Boston Showrooms and Offices 

9 TREMONT PLACE, OFF 6 BEACON STREET 




BOSTON UNIVERSITY 

School of Theology 

Bellows & Aldrich, Architects 
J. A. Holt, Associated 

Red Quarry Tile 

Laid by 

THE C. M. TYLER 
COMPANY 

185 Devonshire Street, Boston 




French and American Special Designs 




Wrought Iron Work 

Hardware 



Chandler & Barber Co., 124 Summer Street, Boston 



1828 MOTT 1921 

The Unobstructed Floor 

The " VOLNEY " wall suspended Lavatory — a distinct 
Mott creation — is included in our new catalogue. 

MODERN PLUMBING No. 10 

This new book contains a variety of beautiful bathrooms 
illustrated in color. It will be found helpful to Architects 
and their clients. 







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THE J. L. MOTT IRON WORKS 

41 Pearl Street, Boston, Mass. 

And All Principal Cities 
General Offices and Plant, Trenton, N. J. 



-TOfHaal 



For Architects and 
Contractors 

All Forms of Specifications 
Correctly Typed 



Prompt Service 



F. S. Root Co. 

6 Beacon Street Boston, Mass. 

Phone, 3172 Haymarket 



CASPER RANGER 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



OF 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 



Contractors for All 
Classes of Buildings 



201 Devonshire Street 
BOSTON, MASS. 



OTIS 



FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY 

THE WORLDS WORD 

FOR 

ELEVATOR SAFETY 



OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 

OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE WORLD 





Magicoal Electric Fires 



" MAGICOAL," the new Electric Fire is 
in effect a Living Coal Fire and the resem- 
blance is so real that it appears as though you 
were looking upon a burning coal fire, in- 
cluding the flame. 

Architects may arrange for a fire place in 
any room or place desired, for by using 
" MAGICOAL" a chimney connection is 
not necessary. 

MAGICOAL" is being demonstrated 
and sold in our new show room, where you 
may inspect and obtain further information. 
Upon request, we shall be pleased to mail 
full information regarding this cheerful, and 
most attractive room ornament. 



J. B. H INTER COMPANY 

Hardware 
60 SUMMER STREET, BOSTON 



E. B. BADGER & SONS CO. 



ROOFING 

SHEET-METAL WORK 

METAL WINDOWS 

METAL DOORS 



75 PITTS STRKKT 



BOSTON, MASS. 



No. 60 Smith Boiler 

With Smokeless Furnace 
Solves the Smoke Prevention Problem 





Front View 
Tests of a No. 60 Smith Boiler 

(Items correspond to A. S. M. 

1. Test of a No. 60 smith BOILER, to determine 
its efficiency when operating at 63 per cent of 
rating. 

•J. Kind of boiler: Cast Iron. 'JO sections, with 
mixing and combustion chambers for reducing 
Bmoke. 

8. Grate dimensions: Width, 60 in*.: length, 78 
ins. : 
Area 32.5 sq ft. 

.">. Water heating surface 815 sq. ft. 

5a. Makers' rated capacity, steam radia- 
tion 15,600 feet. 

8. Date of test March 28, 1919 

9. Duration of test 23.9 hrs. 

10. Kind and size of coal semi-bituminous 

AVERAGE PRESSURES, TEMPERATURES, ETC. 

11, Steam pressure bj gauge. .. .4.5 lbs. per. sq. in. 
13. Temp, of feed water entering boiler. .1*5 deg. F, 
it. Temp, of gases escaping from boiler. 500 deg F. 
15. Force of draft between damper and boiler. .0.13 

in. 

17. Quality of steam drj 

TOTAL QUANTITIES 
Hi. Weight of coal tired, total 5211 lbs. 

20. Per cent of moisture in coal 1.5 p. e. 

21. Weight of dry coal fired 5130 lb* 

22. Weight of ash and refuse, dry 560 lbs. 

24. Per cent of ash and refuse in dry coal. 10.8 p c. 

25. Weight of water fed to boiler, total. .57,000 lbs. 

27. Faction of evaporation . 1 033 

28. Equivalent evaporation from and at 

212 deg. F 58.800 lbs. 



Interior 

with Smokeless Furnace 

E. Boiler Report Form) 

HOURLY QUANTITIES, CAPACITY 
AND EFFICIENCY 



Weighl of dr} coal fired per hour. .. .214.2 lbs. 
Weight of drj coal tired per sq. ft. grate 

per hour 6.6 lbs. 

Equivalent evaporation per hour from 

and at 212 deg I'' 2470 lbs. 

Boiler capacity developed, steam radia- 
tion (I8SII feet 

Boiler capacity developed, per cent of 

makers* rating 03.0 p. c. 

Water feil h> boiler per pound of coal 

as Bred 10.9 lbs. 

Equivalent evaporation per pound of 

coal as fired 11.25 lbs. 

Equivalent evaporation per pound of 

dry coal 11.15 lbs. 

Calorific value of one pou.ul of dry 

eoal 14.280 B. t. U. 

Efficiency of boiler and grate 77.9 



ANALYSIS <>F COAL AND FLUE GAS 

51. Average per cent of CO 2 by Orsat Apparatus. 

52. Fuel Moisture. 1.5; Volatile, 19.0; Fixed Carl , 

•71.9; Ash, 7.ti per rent. 



To those interested other Tests of this boiler are available 

THE H. B. SMITH GO. 



NEW YORK, N. Y. 
10 East 39th St. 



Manufacturers of Boilers and Radiators 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

17th and A rch Sts. 



WESTFIELD 
MASS. 



BOSTON 

640 Main St., Cambridge, Mass. 



WORCESTER 




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J. 


W. BISHOP CO. 

BUILDERS 




PROVIDENCE 






BOSTON 



LALLY PATENT COLUMNS 



Are specified by leading architects and engineers 
all over the United States for all kinds of buildings. 

LALLY COLUMNS are the most fireproof building support made. 
Cheaper than Cast Iron or Steel, and can be procured in less than one- 
fourth the time. 

LALLY COLUMNS 

Are the latest thing in up-to-date Mill Construction 

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND U. S. ARSENAL TESTS 



LALLY COLUMN COMPANY 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 








BOILERS «w</ 



RADIATORS 



STEAM HOT WATER 

For Any Heating Requirement 

The Standard of Excellence 



They have stood the test for years, embody 
every improvement of value and will give 
you and your clients the utmost service and 
satisfaction. 



Catalog Upon Request 



Gurney Heater M'fg (ompany. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

93-97 Oliver Street, Fort Hill Square, Boston, Mass. 

BRANCHES 
New York Philadelphia Washington Richmond 



DEXTER 

Shingle Stains 

Dex- Tone 

Flat Wall Finish 

Petrifax Cement Coating 
DEXTER BROTHERS COMPANY 

105 BROAD ST., BOSTON 



Since the Establishment of the 

WROUGHT IRON RANGE COMPANY 

In 1864 

It has attained SUCCESS through its insistence upon 

"QUALITY" 
and no deviation from this policy will be permitted. 



CHARLES E. JENKINS, Eastern Manager 
6 Portland Street, Boston, Mass. 

Full Kitchen Equipment for Hotels, Hospitals, 
Restaurants and Public Buildings 




BIGELOW. KENNARD & CO., INC. 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 
511 WASHINGTON ST.. BOSTON 



FREEZING COLD OUTSIDE, WASCO HEATED INSIDE 




A Hot-Water, Coal-Burning, Self-Regulating Equipment for 
Garage of One to Ten Cars. Efficient and Economical. 

BURDITT & WILLIAMS CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1860 

Everything in Hardware to Construct and Equip a Building of 
the simplest or most elaborate style of Architecture 

160 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

Telephone, Fort Hill 6690 





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FAIR HAVEN-UNFADING GREEN 

MOTTLED GREEN AND PURPLE ROOFING SLATE 

FLAGSTONES 



CREATED BY MOTHER NATURE AND QUARRIED BY 

THE GENERAL SLATE COMPANY 

IN THE TOWNS OF MONSON. MAINE 
AND FAIR HAVEN, VERMONT 



GENERAL SALES OFFICE 

148 STATE STREET. BOSTON. MASS. 

RICHMOND 18 



SAMPLES AND CATALOGS UPON REQUEST 




This 



illustrates the possibilities of 
•STEARNS Florida Gulf CY- 
PRESS" for exterior use. The 
physical nature of this re- 
markable grade of Cypress is 
such that it is absolutely un- 
affected by the various inter- 
nal pests and external de- 
structive influences that sooner 
or later cause many other 
woods to crumble and decay. 



LEIGHTON- MITCHELL CO. 
BUILDERS 

99 CHAONGY STREET 
BOSTON 



Telephoned Ueaoh 



! 7770 
I 7771 




BRONZE DOOR AND URNS 

WHITE MAUSOLEUM 

BROCKTON, MASS. 



BRONZE FOUNDERS 

T. F. McGANN & SONS CO. 
BOSTON. MASS. 



J. WILLIAMS BEAL 

ARCHITECT 

BOSTON. MASS. 



SANITAS MANUFACTURING CO. 

MAKERS OF 

HIGHEST GRADE PLUMBING FIXTURES 




SHOWROOM AT 105 WASHINGTON ST. (Adams Square) 

BOSTON, MASS. 



^ A Boston concern with its own 
manufacturing plant at Wakefield, Mass. , 
and an experience of 40 years in making 
the highest grade of plumbing fixtures. 



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B. L. Makepeace, Inc 

Manufacturers of 

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 

BLUE and BLACK LINE PRINT PAPERS 

CLOTHS and PRINTS 

Direct Importers and Jobbers of 

4 LOXO" AND IMPERIAL TRACING 
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Dealers in . 

DRAWING MATERIALS, INSTRUMENTS 
DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE 

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